JAMES COUPE
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A series of video works-in-progress as part of a residency at Lanternhouse, Ulverston from September 9 – 19, 2009.

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From July 4th – September 26th, James Coupe will be artist-in-residence at Lanternhouse International in Ulverston, UK.

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“Mechatronic Art: Beyond Craft-Fetishism”: 11 AM, August 28th, 2009, Waterfront Hall, Belfast. Part of the ISEA Conference.

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The Creative Capital Foundation in New York selected Surveillance Suite as one of 41 projects, from 2068 entries, that will receive up to $50,000 of funding.

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James Coupe has been awarded one of three Artist Trust fellowships in Emerging and Cross-disciplinary Art, from a total of 450 applications. The award recognizes an artist’s creative excellence and accomplishment, professional achievement and continuing dedication to their artistic discipline.

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Don’t You F#{%ING Look At Me! Surveillance in the 21st Century

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Public artwork that automatically generated films using “cinematic moments” captured from custom built cameras distributed throughout a city.

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Four computers search the Internet for meaning, via email accounts set up to attract large quantities of spam.

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9 galleries were networked together, each monitored via sensors. Any changes in one gallery would lead the other eight to adapt their environment to match, using a variety of environmental actuators.

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A telephone call centre, installed inside the Storey Institute, Lancaster UK. The system autonomously adapts itself to human activities inside the building.

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Two galleries were networked together: one containing four robots, one containing live video links to the robots’ onboard cameras, and an interface to control them. Viewers could take control of a robot and try to affect their social environment.

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An installation that asked visitors to send it a cellphone text message. Every 10 minutes the messages were redistributed around the network of people connected to it, activating a shared virtual space occupied by everyone who had ever interacted with it.

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Using autonomous self-organizing software processes, the installation took full control of a building’s electricity system.

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A temporally displaced tourist event focused around a tourist attraction set up on Edinburgh Castle.